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CBS
Mar 30, 2011 11:00pm EDT
. >>> from the disaster in japan to the unrest in libya, america is there to help. >> most of the time but right here in our own country we see time and again examples of unconcerned selfishness. people ignoring people in pain, distress, even dying. now a recent tragedy here in washington has many wondering. are folks just too busy to care? only on 9 we talked to a man who says a life could have been saved if more people were willing to help. >> reporter: imagine going about your routine commute on the metro and you come across a man collapsed on the ground except no one is stopping to help. that's exactly what one man says happened here this this metro station. >> people did not take the time or just stood and stared. >> reporter: he was one of three people who stopped to help a man ho had keeled over and fallen to the ground. according to him others at this metro station just watched and walked right over him. >> i was concerned that was it that they didn't want to stop or were they pretending that they didn't see him. >> reporter: the man said he was stepping off the train walking o
CBS
Mar 4, 2011 11:00pm EST
the level of discourse in america today, especially after the giffords shooting and after the result we will look a little harder at comments we air in the future. >>> well, on one side the family of a murdered girl and the people charged with killing her. on the other, the dc police department which says it's not going to look for her body. gary nurenberg reports a judge has now been asked to get into the middle of it. >> reporter: 18-year-old latisha phrase er bd la teach a fray latisha frazier believed to have been killed and attacked and trucked to a landfill in richmond similar to this one more than a half a year ago. >> reporter: but dc police have decide d not to search for the body saying the search would likely be unsuccessful and dangerous subjecting workers to debris collapse, disease and even explosions. dc police refused a request for an interview but they say the remains are likely to be buried at a minimum of 70 feet and the search would take a minimum six months. we made the very difficult decision this search was not feasible. >> it is not fair to us at all. >> reporter
CBS
Mar 1, 2011 11:00pm EST
. what's in your wallet? one near you. somewhere in america, there's a doctor who can peer into the future. there's a nurse who can access in an instant every patient's past. and because the whole hospital's working together, there's a family who can breathe easy, right now. somewhere in america, we've already answered some of the nation's toughest healthcare questions. and the over 60,000 people of siemens are ready to do it again. siemens. answers. >>> it's time for 9 sports with brett haber, the best sports in town. >> alex ovechkin is great but he's still only 25 years old. that's why they added three who together have 2500 games of nhl experience. and of course in their first game of the team, guess who stole the show. the new look caps hosting the islanders. and new guy marco sterm has one on nun and he doesn't bury it. he gets stoned by the goalie. caps would trail 1-0 into the final minute of the game. they pull the goalie and it works. brooks likes on the door step and two minutes into over time, that is ovechkin. and that is the game winner on the back hand flip.
CBS
Mar 4, 2011 1:35am EST
. [laughter] craig: what -- what other parts offer america are you going to go see? >> new york. craig: you should go and see jimmy fallon. he's very good. very good. tell him i sent you. jimmy, you should have them on. they've helped my ratings. good night, everybody. say good night, girls. [cheers and applause] . >>> fighting crime through facebook. see how local cops are infiltrating gangs with social media. >>> plus, how do you stop a person who wants to go on a murder spree? we'll show you a program to help you prevent tragedy. >>> and breaking news. people are furious after claiming to be trapped inside their apartment building while it was on fire. >>> this is 9news now. >> imagine being inside that burning apartment building struggling to find a way out. >> that was, indeed, the reality for some people in dc tonight when a seven story building caught fire. gary nurenberg is there live to explain how it happened. gary. >> reporter: this is the dc housing authority potomac garden senior. more than 200 apartments. mostly filled with the elderly and disabled. many in wheelchairs. and t
CBS
Mar 28, 2011 11:00pm EDT
in effect that for relatively little cost, america is doing a tremendous good in libya. >>> here at home we're learning about a couple trapping their children in their home naked. a little girl, two toddlers and an infant were rescued after the 4-year-old managed to escape. we've also discovered the children's mother was accused of child neglect six years ago. delia gongalves is live with more information on the case. >> reporter: anita, tonight we can tell you that neighbors say christina moore lost custody of her twin 8-year-old boys. she was charged with neglecting them when they were about two years old. at the time police found the boys wandering around a landfill, no shoes on and wearing only diapers. now when neighbors hear what police say happened saturday inside this home behind me, well, they say they're not surprised. >> i've always suspected and i'm just glad it's over with. >> reporter: kim has had her doubts about her neighbor 26-year-old christina moore. >> you know, it doesn't surprise me. i'm glad that 4-year-old is brave enough to get out and get help. >> reporter: moore a
CBS
Mar 26, 2011 2:35am EDT
. craig: where does that take us? don't bring your own oui here, catherine. we're upbeat. this is america. come on! so a snake for a penis and a spider for ladies business? >> well, yes, it's supposed to be something around that, yes. craig: well, i think this is kind of an awkward pause. i am delighted to meet you, madame. i am such a fan of your work. it's very nice that you're here. >> you were in paris, no? where do you go when you go to paris? craig: i used to go to an area that was very expensive and busy. >> so you go to -- craig: yes, of course. i've seen you around there a little bit. with my telescope. [laughter] i actually, i just remembered i actually held a door open for you at the cannes film festival at a restaurant. but you probably don't remember. >> no. craig: but you said thank you at the time. >> i am very polite. craig: well, there you go. who would have thought? [laughter] catherine deneuve, everybody! ♪ female: when the temperatures a tease i'm like "weatherman, please" chorus: a layah playah, hot or cold brings different flavahs. i'm a layah playah... ah layah pl
CBS
Mar 5, 2011 11:00pm EST
. what's in your wallet? >> if you're looking for a summer job in the area, six flags america may be looking for you. the amusement park is trying to fill some 2,500 jobs for its 2011 season. today, some applicants showed up to demonstrate their talents. six flags says the hiring process started last month. >>> response to our job opportunities have been fantastic this year. we're hiring about 2,500 folks for the season, which starts on april 16th. we started doing interviews in late february, and we're going to continue to do so. so if you haven't already applied and you're still interested in a job, visit sixflagsjobs.com. >> fix flags says the qualifications are not that difficult. you just need to be friendly, fast and safe. >>> a truck slams into a cleaners and it's all caught on tape. take a look at this video out of savannah, georgia. the whole thing happened so quickly, the employee didn't even have time to get out of the way. she injured her thigh bone, but we're told she's expected to be okay tonight. >>> firefighters spent several hours battling a blaze at a south side
CBS
Mar 22, 2011 11:00pm EDT
and somehow became the very definition of a starship captain before america even sent a man to the moon. captain james kirk was bold, loyal, and always made time for the ladies! no matter what species of ladies. >> [laughter]. >> his biggest flaw? well, you know, his acting could be over the top but his biggest asset was he always seemed to be in on the joke. somehow, shatner made a whole career out of it. he rarely stopped working. he says his basic strategy was this, answering the phone and then saying yes to whatever they were offering. tj hooker, rescue 911, boston legal, priceline. 40 years later it seems william shatner has done the impossible, taken himself from an actor from a show that lasted three years in the 60s to being an international pop icon and let's be real. in some ways that's even tougher to believe than the idea that this is a space alien. william shatner, live long and prosper. >> [laughter]. >> very very nice. and like you said, did it with the campaness all the way through. >> he did. >> i know! >>> grab your umbrella. you'll need it pretty much all day tomorrow
CBS
Mar 27, 2011 11:00pm EDT
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CBS
Mar 29, 2011 11:00pm EDT
bubble but let's be real. we are fresh out of bubbles so while america may be staggering back to its feet economically, many formerly middle class americans are finding themselves still stuck in a big mega story that just won't end. >>> home remedies often get passed word of mouth generation to generation, but doctors like them too, especially the ones proven to work. >> home remedy has a place because it doesn't have any side effects. >> this doctor is a washington d.c. family physician whose awls looking for natural therapies to suggest to her patients. to those who suffer from spring allergies, for example,, she reminds them to drink lots of water with lemon and brew up a decongesting tea with key ingredients. >> so you can make a nice tea with the hot water, the pepper, the lemon and add a little honey too, if you aren't diabetic all these thins are excellent for the sinis and boost the immune system. >> this is a health conscience northern virginia wife and mom who has her own sinis remedy she and friends swear by. it's an old fashioned mouthwash. she swabs her nasal passages with it
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